History Channel Content Comes To Xumo

Live video-on-demand (VOD) over-the-top (OTT) service Xumo announced the addition of select HISTORY channel content to the platform’s US-based channel lineup for viewers to access and stream award-winning short form content.

HISTORY content is viewable on channel 350 on XUMO and Channel Plus, powered by XUMO, for LG, and is available direct to consumers through smart TV, mobile, web and other streaming device integrations. With millions of viewers on XUMO, HISTORY will continue to inspire fans with its rich storytelling across the platform.

“HISTORY is committed to telling stories that are both informative and entertaining all at the same time,” said Stefan Van Engen, SVP, Content Programming, XUMO. “This resonates with XUMO’s engaged audience; we’re excited to offer HISTORY’s short form programming in a free, lean back streaming environment.”

With hit short-form titles including “Minute Marvels,” “History Flashback,” and “Bet You Didn’t Know,” the addition of HISTORY content will allow XUMO viewers to be inspired with new stories and satisfy their curiosity anytime, anywhere. Additionally, the new channel will feature highlights and short form scene lifts from popular series such as “The Curse of Oak Island,” “Forged in Fire,” “Alone,” “Pawn Stars,”and “American Pickers.”

“We are excited to launch on XUMO as we continue our push to serve HISTORY fans on all their favorite platforms,” said Mark Garner, SVP, Distribution and Digital Content Licensing, A+E Networks. “We are confident that HISTORY’s unique brand of factual entertainment will be a hit with the growing XUMO audience.”

To watch the new channel on XUMO any of the platform’s 150 free, and premium digital channels, please visit www.xumo.tv/channels. For more information about HISTORY, please visit http://history.com.

XUMO is also available on several smart TV brands as well as iOS, Android, and set top boxes such as Layer3 TV and Roku devices.

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